“If we do not judge, how can there be justice?”

Gandhi was beaten several times during his life. Although on two occasions he nearly died, he refused to prosecute his attackers because he saw that “they were doing what they thought was right.” The position of non-judgmental acceptance was central in Gandhi’s ‘life. The Christ did not judge even those who spit in His face, and who subjected Him without mercy to His pain and humiliation. He asked forgiveness, not vengeance, for those who tortured Him.

Did neither the Christ nor Gandhi know the meaning of justice?
They knew non- judgmental justice. What is non-judgmental justice?
Non-judgmental justice is a perception that allows you to see everything in life, but does not engage your negative emotions. Non-judgmental justice relieves you of the self-appointed job of judge and jury because you know that everything is being seen-nothing escapes the law of karma-and this brings forth understanding and compassion. It allows you to experience directly the unobstructed flow of intelligence, radiance and love of the Universe of which our physical reality is part. Non-judgmental justice flows naturally from understanding the soul and how it evolves.
~Gary Zukav  b.1943   United States   Spiritual Teacher,  Author of four consecutive New York Times Best Sellers.

Historical Age Age of Reason, 1650-1950
Astrological Age; Pisces ,1 AD-2000
Sun Sign, Libra